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Request Update Regarding Bug 27933176 (Doc ID 2684943.1)

Last updated on JULY 05, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management - Version 2.1.0.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 2.1.0.3 version, Installation Upgrad Proc

Problem Summary
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Negative Consumption Check (D2-NCON-CHK) algorithm type

Problem Description
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Negative Consumption Check (D2-NCON-CHK) algorithm type raise exception only if the total consumption from IMD is less than zero. Customer wants that this algorithm checks consumption in every interval. Our goal is to raise exception if interval has negative value.

Support:
D2-NCON-CHK description:
A VEE rule using this algorithm logs a VEE exception using the exception type and severity configured on the rule if the total consumption - calculated by summing all measurements from Initial Measurement Data -  is less than zero. If the rule encounters negative consumption, an exception will be logged regardless of whether the measuring component type is configured to "allow negative consumption". So, requested functionality is not supported by this algorithm, and to achieve customer's request an enhancement would be needed

Customer is using D2-NCON-CHK to make sure that meters will not record negative consumption. This works well for register but not for interval. The meter is NOT Net-meter and the MC type is NOT allowed to have negative consumption, yet the IMD with negative intervals get finalized. Customer need a functionality that will check every interval. IMD should not be finalized if at least one interval is negative. Having these negative consumption, Customer is not able to provide complete and correct data to the energy supplier.

Solution

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